NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 29: Jerry Franklin #34 and Chris Smith #42 of the Arkansas Razorbacks celebrate after a third-down stop against the Vanderbilt Commodores during play at Vanderbilt Stadium on October 29, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. Arkansas won 31-28. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
The Arkansas Razorback's are making a late season push for the SEC as they host the Tennessee Volunteers, who are looking to pick up their first SEC win of the season.
The Tennessee Volunteers are looking are looking to pick up their first SEC win of the season after losing four of their last five games. The Vols have had to deal with injuries all over the place, including to quarterback Tyler Bray, who's missed the last four games with a thumb injury. In his place, freshman quarterback Justin Worley has started the last two games, struggling against South Carolina and looking much better against Middle Tennessee State.
The Arkansas Razorbacks on the other hand are having a late season surge and making a push for the SEC and a BCS berth. The Razorbacks still have LSU on the schedule and picking up another SEC win will help them on their way. Quarterback Tyler Wilson has been on fire, hooking up with wide receiver Jarius Wright in the past few games. Despite their record, Wilson will be going against a tough Tennessee defense who only gives up 21 points a game.
Game date, time: 6:00 pm ET, Saturday, November 12th
Location: Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville, AR
TV channel: ESPN2/ESPN3
Spread: Arkansas favored by 13 points
Series history: Tennessee leads, 13-3
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